Fr. Oscar Vasquez, Provincial of the Marianist Province of the United States, addressed all Marianist Brothers in the province, Marianist ministries and Lay Marianists calling for prayers and compassion for victims of abuse. His communication further outlines measures taken to ensure a safe environment for our students and families. Read the letter.

Cards and Gifts

Please check out this delightful collection of cards and gifts, including many en Español. Proceeds fund vital Marianist ministries.

Society of Mary

Society of Mary

The Society of Mary, also known as the Marianists, is a 200-year-old Catholic religious congregation of brothers and priests. We are prayerful, joyful men dedicated to the most powerful woman in history. We welcome you as a friend and fellow traveler on our faith journeys.
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Marianist Education

Marianist Education

For the Marianists, education is a privileged means of bringing others to Christ. Our secondary schools and universities provide quality education with a focus on family spirit, service and social justice. We prepare students to be eager, life-long learners.
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Social Justice

Social Justice

Marianists seek to create a more just world through service to the poor and vulnerable, Christian activism, environmental preservation, and quality education in the U.S., India and Eastern Africa.
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SHARING MARY’S MISSION

The Marianists share Mary’s mission as Mother of the Church. We belong to her as educators and missionaries. She says to us, “do whatever He tells you.”

The Marianist Family
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Photo found in the Br. Joseph Barrett, SM (1924- 2018) collection. No date, no caption. From the collection of the National Archives Marianist Province of the US

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October 14, 2018
Marianist World Day of Prayer

This year, we gather in spirit at the Sanctuary of Our Lady of La Vang in Vietnam. The entire Marianist Family will be united in prayer with Vietnam for the Marianist World Day...